Villains, heroes, and plot twists. Can we write a happy ending for one of the world’s most enduring and deadly diseases?
Categories: Drug development
Something old makes something new: a drug with antiseptic power could save hundreds of thousands of lives
Essential. Necessary. This is what we call a simple medicine with great potential to save the most vulnerable population—babies.
What would you do if you knew there was a drug that could save thousands of lives if you could just get it to the right people?
We need to redefine the boundaries of what is possible in global health. But to do that, we need your help.
PATH's long-standing country program is committed to helping Vietnam tackle its changing health needs.
Across Zambia, thousands of people are mobilized to eliminate malaria—something no sub-Saharan African country has achieved.
We want all preterm babies to have a better chance of growing up and becoming healthy, productive adults.
Creativity, collaboration, and a multidimensional strategy go a long way in the fight against the world’s top childhood killer.
Is an "ouchless" skin vaccine even possible? Meet the scientist who's leading skin vaccination development at PATH to find out.
We believe the opossum has loads of potential. No kidding. To explain why, here's Dr. David McAdams from PATH's Devices and Tools Program.